Heaps Good Gin (1 Bottle)

(3 customer reviews)

$67.00

Combining the zingy goodness of Riverland Orange, Mypolonga Finger Lime and savoury vibes of Native Saltbush, with the hum of locally foraged Pink Peppercorn, this blend packs more punch than a sold-out Showdown. Heaps Good Gin, it’s SA in a bottle.

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Description

Combining the zingy goodness of Riverland Orange, Mypolonga Finger Lime, savoury vibes of Native Saltbush and SA Almonds, with the hum of locally foraged Pink Peppercorn, this blend packs more punch than a sold-out Showdown. Heaps Good Gin, it’s SA in a bottle. 500ml/40%ABV.

Additional information

Weight 1.1 kg

3 reviews for Heaps Good Gin (1 Bottle)

  1. Christine

    The name really does say it all 😉 A nice punchy hit if citrus straight up but well balanced so not overpowering. I love the slight peppery finish that keeps me going back for more. Would be a perfect all-year-round gin. I’ll be including this as a staple in my collection that’s for sure. It truly makes any day bloody ‘heaps good’!

  2. Dave D.

    As a Victorian it’s hard to admit how good this South Australian gin is. All jokes aside, it is a classic dry gin that really showcases ingredients from around SA, in particular Native Australian botanicals. If you love juniper forward, followed by orange citrus with a touch of savoury flavours – then you’ll love this gin. Super versatile for however you like to drink gin!

  3. Nataleigh Davies

    As someone who grew up in South Australia, every time I see this label it makes me smile. This gin has a great citrus burst with a lingering pepper spice finish. I am loving it with Mediterranean tonic and a little orange zest expressed over the top and run around the edge of the glass. I can’t wait to have fun whipping up a some cocktails with this gin, It really is heaps good!

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